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December 6, 1990

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Reverend Tern.] Kirk, Pastor of Baltimore, Maryland's Christian Assembly. December 10.11-12, 7 p.m. nightly, nursery provided. Pentecostal Holiness Church, 18 Avenue, White Sulphur Springs, 536-2555, Mike Edds, Cave Ruritan Club meeting, Monday, I~cember 10 at 7:30 p.m. A Christ- covered dish dinner will be held for members and their fatal- ,Va. Peace Action a video "Crisis in the Gulf," excerpts from a National at Greenbrier CommunUy College, Rooms 113 and 112. at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome and urged to participate discuss the situation afterwards. Strategic Development Plan meeting, 7 p.m., Thursday, December 6, at Greenbrier P Courthouse. Children's Christmas Party December 14, 7:30 p.m., Community Building. Sponsored and ffomenmkers. County Republican Club meeting, [X~cember 13 at 7:30 p.m., Court House, Lewis- clttb meets the second Thursday of each month. nleeting this month will feature "Old Timers Night" as a way older members of the party for their long-time support. refreshments will be served. & Contra Dance P.nl., December 7, featuring caller Tmdy Laurenson with "Pot music, all musicians welcome. Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg. welcome, all dances laught. Donation $3, next dance 11. Mountain Visitor Center closed during the month of December. The center will a weekend schedule Saturday. January 5. For more in- contact Janet Anselment at the Gauley Ranger District, ~-2695. Chapter #671 ~eet Tuesday, December 11, at the Lewisburg United Meth- Church. Enlertainment will be the Lewisburg Junior High Under the direction of Charles Fauber. Covered dish lunch- iin at 11:45 a.m. Music For Christmas December 14, 7 p.m. Presented by the Trinity Fellowship from St. Albans, directed by Karen Atkins, at Pente- Holiness Church, 18 lngleside Avenue, While Sulphur The ptdAic is welcome. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church December 7, Vigil Feasl of lmmaculate Conception, 5 p.m. December 8 and Wednesday, December 12, 8:20 a.m. ilion after the 8 a.m. daily Muss. Grief" ~rt group Jor divorce, death, loss or separation of loved Will meet Thursday, Decen~r 20 at 7 p.m. "Ihke Hall, Saint :Is Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. All are wel- ~traas Parade .... ;[Onus Trees, Doves of Peace, and Holiday Wreams" is me 'for this year's White Sulphur Springs Christmas Parade V tndow Decorating Contest, Window judging, close of busi- P~'iday, December 7. Annual Christmas parade 5 p.m. Sat- ', December 8. Contacl Chairman Mar[ha Bowling 536- ~: HdlLh~eLNtsgbh~gVisStatjrTay, December 8,8 p.m. Admis- '8 '~ adults/$7 seniors and students. To tickets, call reserve 17. Holiday reception following perJbrmance. Admission Nts_/ $ I children. Our Home: , est V .rgmm ._ _hhere's 9(o Place L ke It! Deeds William D. Loving and J. W. St. Clair, Substitute Trustees, to Mid State Trust lI, lots, Meadow Bluff Dist., $37,300 John A. Osborne to First National Bank in Ronccvcrtc, as Trustee of the John A. Osborne 1990 Trust, lots, City of Lcwisburg, to the Trus- tee of an inter vires trust Lloyd S. Quick and Anna M. Quick to Sarah Ann Scars tluffman, tracts, Fort Spring Dist., $16,000 Richard ttuffman to Sarah Ann Scars Huffman, tracts, Fort Spring Dist., transfer between husband and w~fc Ronald C. llarris, Dola ttarris, Richard L. t larris, and Catherine Ilarrls to lloward R. Pcndlcton and Andrea Pcndlcton, 3.43 acres, Scwell Mountain Dist. /Fayctte County} and Meadow Bluff Dist., S 18,500 I~_-wis DaIc McNcely and Agnes C. MeNccly to Shenna L. l linklc and Dclbcrt l linkle, tracts, between par- cnt and child }tanna Chevrolet Company, Inc., to Thclma Gall White, 4.7 acres, Le- wisburg Municipality, straw deed Thclma Gall White to Bill Lewis Motors, Inc., 4.7 acres, Lewisburg Municipality, straw deed Luther Lee Loudermilk, Dorothy l_oudcrmilk, Ola Ruth Bennett, Cur- tis Bennett, Pahncr Loudermilk, and Ava B. Jones to Wallace C. Louder- milk and Mary M. Loudermilk, lots, Frankford Dist., no consideration Carla L. Reynolds Cummings and Timothy Cummings to Prestagc Farms, Inc., .561 acre, Frankford Dist., ,943,500 Lottie L. Cochran to Donald I, Oney, 6,400 sq. ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., parent to child Edgar L. Smith, Trustee, to The Bank of White Sulphur Springs, lot, Anthony Creek Dist., S3,000 James Bedlord tiinkle and Kath+ leon Carol llinklc to Norman L. Ahern and Joan C. Ahern, 2.03 acres, Dcwisburg Dist'., S9,000 James Bedford llinkle m~d Kath- ]ccn Carol l linkle to Robert E. Giggle- man and Julic N. Riggleman, 2.01 acres, l.cwisburg Dist., S I l,ar~0 support research to cure lung disease. It's a matter of life and breath: AMERICAN I LUNG , t ASSOCIATION The Cht+stmas Seal People 1~1~~~~ I LONG'S i I 'lCENSE I I TITLINGi I SEBVlCE[ | Processing Titles & | | Licenses Directly | I to o.M.v. I i Mon., Tues., Thurs, Fri. I | 10:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. | II Closed Wed. & Sat.i | Phone 645-6901 I HARBOR DECEMBER 7 To Strangers... to Sandra K. Delong for... I Homes Homes I Flood Low Insurance rates Call today Ior a free quote No obligation. 645-6977 8:30 AM-5 PM ton Street Pre-Christmas Mens Wool Sport Coats ................. Reg. $+4500 Sale $108.75 Sizes 37 to 52 ............................................. Reg. $165.00 Sale $123.75 Mens Sweaters ...................................... Reg. $2400 Sale $14.50 One Group ..................................................... Reg. $45.oo Sale $26.97 Mens Converse (Basketball) Shoes Reg. $44.95 Sale $35.97 Reg. $49.95 Sale $39.97 Store Hours: Beginning Dec. 10th 9:30 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Saturday Always Quahty Name Brand Merchandise At Reasonable Pl~ces Lewisburg, WV Phone 645-1944 HOME C[NTER HOME DECORATING CENTER N( double roll Washington Sireet W.Va. Monday thin Saturday 8 am to 5 pm The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, December 6, 1990 3A James Bedford Hinklc and Kath- leon Carol l iinklc to Bonnie C. Shor- tridge and l)onna M. Shortridgc, par- eels, l~:wisburg Dist., $15,000 James Bedford llinklc and Kath- leon Carol I linkle to IJoyd G. Dur- ham and Mavis tI. I)urham, 2.05 acres, Ix'wisburg Dist., S lO,000 I lerman A. Sturgcll to Mary lx)u- isc Sturgctl, lots, City of Ronceverte, husband to wife Faith R. t.anc to l)oylc Gwinn Lame, 2 acres, Williamsburg Dist., wife to husband Pritchard l:arlcy Collins to Donna J. Currcncc, tract, Meadow I]luff Dist., $800 Maynard i.. Scldomridge, Bctty G. Seldomridgc, Chelvy S, Simpson, John It. Simpson, Richard B. Sel- domridgc, Debra Budd, and Carl Budd to Charles R. Freeland Shelia D. Frcehmd, 60 acres, near Asbury (dist. not named), $20,000 James E. Midkfff and Patricia R, Midkiff to James E. Midkiff and Pa- lricia R. Midkiff, lots, Bluc Sulphur Dist., straw dccd W. W. lluntcr to John E. Plaster and Linda Plaster, lot, Lcwisburg l)ist., $20.200 Darla R. Fisher and Mike E. Fisher to Curtis L. Perkins and Lor- raine J. Perkins, .3597 acre, City of Ronccverte, S 1,500 Dennis J. Boggs and Donna S, [ioggs to The Bank of White Sulphur Springs, 2.01 acres, White Sulphur Springs Dist., S4,500 Darrell K. Colts to Ferrellgas, Inc., one acre, Blue Sulphur Dist., $20,000 I)onald L. Osborne and Helen L. Osborne to James T. Truman and Beverly L. Truman, lots, Town of Rupert, $27,300 New Suits Filed Gordon Lee F'eury vs. Mary Angola Robcrtson Fcury Commercial Credit Corporation, Inc. vs. Avery L. Byers Shanda Faye Posten vs. Kenneth Ix'e Postetl Betty Baxter Mines vs. Bobby Lee Mines Carol Sue Tinchcr Simons vs. Rogcr Lee Simons DECEMBER I0, 1990 'Desert Shield' Soldiers Legal Rights Reserve component soldiers called to duty for Operation Des- ert Shield have certain "unique legal rights under a federal law," West Virginia State Bar Execu- tive Director Thomas R. Tinder said. "Under the 'Soldiers and Sail- ors Civil Relief Act,' reservists currently being deployed have certain legal rights and protec- tions of which they may not be fully aware," Mr Tinder said. The Act contains specific pro- visions regarding: termination of leases, eviction from leased housing, limitation of interest rates, and regulations forbidding the foreclosure of property. "In an effort to make West Virginia reservists and their families aware of these laws, in cooperation with West Virginia National Guard legal officer Cap- tain James M. Barber, the State Bar will provide this information through our I.~wyer Information Service," Mr "Finder said. According to Mr Tinder, the 10-year-old Lawyer Information Service provides West Virglntans with free legal inlbrmatlon every Tuesday night. Those with questions regard- ing the "Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act" or any other le- gal question should call the State Bar's Legal Information Service at 1-800-642-3617 on Tuesday l+rom 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. 0 $75.95 Meticulously craked from the finest leathers, these dress classics combine handsome, traditional styling and exceptional comfort. 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